Valentine benefit

MARYLAND SCENE

February 20, 2000|By Sloane Brown

It was all hearts and flowers for the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra, as 170 fans flocked to a Valentine Gala.

The Great Hall at St. John's College was decked out with valentine verve. Hearts of gold and ivy hung from the chandelier. More hearts, of chocolate and lace, trimmed the tables.

And every woman was a sweetheart, greeted with a red rose.

Enjoying the lovely evening: Pam Henel, event chair; Maryanne Spencer, Bev Staniar, Lorraine Ellerson and Louise Devanny, event committee members; Anna Greenberg, Annapolis Symphony Orchestra board president; Mitchell Nathanson, Madeleine Hughes, Carole Falk, Nancy Zimmerman and Richard Hillman, board members; Booker McManus, president of Scholarships for Scholars; Richard Melzer, vice president of Informax Inc.; Bob Henel, president of Annapolis Bank & Trust; Susan Woody, Turtle Fur manufacturers' representative; Cheryl Starr, Eli Lilly Pharmaceuticals account executive; Robert Cohen, president of Annapolis Bus Co. Inc.; and George Moran, Moran Insurance president.

The warm-hearted fund-raising of $25,000 goes to Annapolis Symphony Orchestra programs.

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